Frozen II – The Shaman Queen

Leaders are the bridge between nature and the people – like how Bifrost connects Asgard and Earth. Shamanic royalty or elected officials are immersed in the elements and their spirits – the salamanders, the sylph, the undines and the gnomes. Alchemy. Paracelsus.

My predictions for Frozen 2 came true, partially. Elsa is called to find the true source of her powers. She finds out who she is. She becomes the rightful heir and Queen of another kingdom, more in touch with magic, since she is the descendant of two sets of royalty. She decides to stay with that kingdom. It’s a good ending to the sisters’ stories.

Disney could even create a Frozen III. Something to do with the two kingdoms, and some crisis that almost occurs between them. Maybe Elsa will finally come out and find a girlfriend or a wife.

I liked Frozen II. It’s way better than the finale of Survivor 39. Elsa got a good story and she can still find a good woman, who puts her first. And she’s still a Queen. You know your family is great when it produces not one, but two Queens.

BB: “Captain of Sports!” AKA The Hammer Falls

tear the doors off the hinges

JC come back to reality! Tyler is not going to win the POV for you! Kaycee won the POV. Sam is going home and then, next week, you’re going home, JC! Wake up! Do something!

JC and Sam have both been defeated by believing Tyler was exclusively their ‘person.’ They’re both on the bottom; they are the last of the misfit toys, now that all of Foutte has been eliminated.

What JC and Sam never realized – and still don’t realize – is that Tyler never belonged to them. Tyler made Final 2s with everyone. He doesn’t owe them anything.

go home

Angela and Kaycee felt sorry for JC, until Tyler told them that JC has been gunning for them, for at least three weeks now. They then dumped JC and divested him as quickly as Level 6 cut out Brett.

Now that Angela and Kaycee know JC is going home before them, they are happy to admit, privately to Tyler, all the things that ever annoyed them, about JC and how they never liked JC, in the first place.

For JC, the Titanic has already sunk, and JC is just treading water, holding on to a raft or a rotting piece of wood, in the freezing north Atlantic, just waiting for the end.

punk, Goth

Angela is winning comps and sitting pretty, but she has no plans, beyond the Final 3. She just hasn’t thought that through yet. Angela assumes that both Tyler and Kaycee will take her to the end, since she is so very much hated, by the jury.

Angela doesn’t know about Tyler and Kaycee’s Final 2. She may freak out, even more than JC, when she finds out that she is going to be betrayed. JC has been in a precarious situation for weeks – like Hay, before she went. JC understands the anxiety of not knowing where he stands and is ready for the hammer to fall.

Queen Angela has lived a mostly charmed existence, so far – so having her entire world turned upside-down will be far more unsettling to her, than it would have been for JC. JC’s only hope is that Tyler realizes this disparity, in the force of JC and Angela’s emotional reactions, and takes JC to the Final 3, instead of Angela.

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Paging Dr. Peanut…Yes! Kaycee got the memo! I can’t believe it: another comp win! That’s how you do it! You hibernate, for the first month, so as not to put a target on your back – but maintain good social relations with everyone and not tick anyone off – and then down the homestretch, unfurl your fiery, phoenix wings!

Now, our Veto Goddess needs to grow a killer instinct! It’s good to be a beautiful Aphrodite sometimes, but at other times, a goddess of war, like Athena, is needed. Bring down the war hammer now, Kaycee!

This is the last chance to take a shot at Tyler! Kaycee’s self-preservation needs to kick in. Angela, Kaycee and Tyler can’t all win first place! It doesn’t work that way. Get four moves ahead, Kaycee. Get rid of the competition.